Obviously, I want Trent to bring home the hardware with every fiber of my earthly being. He would be a worthy addition to the Heisman fraternity, far superior to at least a half-dozen of the jokes that have lifted the trophy in the last 20 years (Oh, looky there...Langham just picked off Gino Toretta AGAIN!!). Honestly, I expect RG3 to win it, and while disappointed, I think I'm okay with that. RG3 is a transcendent player,Baylor is NEVER going to have anything like him again, and would be at best a 3-9 team without him. His statistics are Heisman-worthy, and his character seems to be beyond impeachment.
I have a big problem with Trent losing to Luck,who has done next to nothing since October and COMPLETELY fell apart in one of his two games against elite competition. A vote for Luck is a vote for the "career achievement award", which the Heisman is not supposed to be. And I have a HUGE problem with the freakin' Honey Badger even being a finalist. First of all, he's not even worthy of all-SEC honors as a cornerback...he's an average defender in one-on-one situations, behind both Kirkpatrick and Vandy's Heyward for sure. Yes, he has a knack for making big plays, but they are sporadic. He had a GREAT September, got everybody talking about him, then got suspended for smoking fake weed (yet another black mark on his career...if you're gonna roll smoke, don't smoke fake stuff!), sat out the Auburn game, and TOTALLY DISAPPEARED until the Arkansas game. Eric Reid
was BY FAR a bigger factor in the 11/5 game with us. Sorry, true Heisman candidates don't get to vanish for four games, then pick back up where they left off. Anyone who votes for the Honey Badger for the Heisman needs their head examined by a medical professional. Now, some sort of special teams player of the year award...sure, he's worthy of that. But not the Heisman. No way, now how.
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